Trujillo Travel Guide

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You're Going to Love Trujillo

Trujillo is a city on the north coast of Peru, renowned for the pre-Incan archaeological sites in the area. It is also famed for its surfing beaches and beautiful colonial architecture in the city center.

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Trujillo has a mild desert climate and is known as the "City of Everlasting Spring" because of its pleasant year-round weather.

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How to Get to Trujillo

Airports near Trujillo

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Where to Stay in Trujillo

Casa de Clara in Santa Clara offers good hostel accommodation in a quiet area just 10-minutes' walk from the city center. Hotel Gran Bolivar in the historic city center has spacious rooms with terraces in a good position.

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The Cost of Living in Trujillo

Shopping Streets

Trujillo is famous for its shoe making, leather goods, and ceramics. Jirón Pizarro and Jirón Ayacucho are good choices for local crafts. The Mall Aventura Plaza and Real Plaza Trujillo focus on more mainstream international brands.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Trujillo costs around S/.3.65 and a dozen eggs is S/.4.25.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$2.45
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$38.74
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$0.31
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$2.60

Where to Eat in Trujillo

Squalos on Diaz de Cienfuegos offers excellent local dishes with a focus on seafood, while Rincon de Vallejo on Orbegoso has traditional dishes at attractive prices. Expect to pay S/.10 for a dish in a laid-back cafe and S/.25 in a more upscale restaurant.